Social Media

Spring Fling Facebook Party!

I’m almost late to the party on this, but I’ve been busy recovering from the flu. My publisher is doing a special promo for my book Temptation and tonight, several of us are hosting a Facebook Party! Come on by and chat, and enter to win some prizes. I’m giving away a basket of gardening […] Read more…

How to use Twitter’s lists feature

Are you overwhelmed by Twitter? I hear this from a lot of newbies to Twitter—they feel like they’re standing in a fast flowing river, watching the water (tweets) stream past and they can’t focus on what they need to in order to get any use from it. Here and there are tweets that seem interesting, […] Read more…

Alternative titles for Redemption

I got tagged on Facebook by Rumer Haven in a writing game called Eight Terrible Titles. The idea is to randomly let your cursor fall onto a spot within your manuscript eight times, and voila! Eight truly terrible title ideas. So of course I decided to change the rules a bit and use my recently released […] Read more…

Do writers need a website?

It feels a bit heretical to be writing that headline, here on my, uh, website. But I just read this article by David Wogahn that answers that question with “Maybe, maybe not.” My answer is, why not? It’s very easy for even someone with limited technological skills to have a website. And by “technological skills” I […] Read more…

How To Use Social Media if You’re A Newbie. Or a Guy.

I just watched a webinar with tech guru Guy Kawasaki, How to Use Social Media to Sell More Books. Catchy title, no? If you don’t know who Guy Kawasaki is, you’re probably one of a handful of people who’ve been living under a rock since the Macintosh was invented. Welcome to the internets, newbie! And […] Read more…

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